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  • Olynyk's last-second free throw caps Heat comeback over Hornets

    Kelly Olynyk made the second of a two-shot free-throw opportunity with 0.2 seconds remaining as the Miami Heat put together a strong final two minutes to overcome the Charlotte Hornets for a 106-105 victory Saturday night at Spectrum Center in Charlotte, N.C. The Heat trailed 101-91 with less than four minutes to play. Kemba Walker missed twice for the Hornets, and then Dwight Howard was charged with fouling Olynyk, who missed the first attempt before sinking the winner.
    21 Jan @ 6AM

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  • Hornets on roll heading into meeting with Heat

    The Charlotte Hornets will seek to continue the momentum created by coach Steve Clifford's return when they go after a second consecutive home win and third straight overall Saturday night against the Miami Heat. All five starters and two reserves scored in double figures Wednesday when the Hornets thrashed the Washington Wizards 133-109 in Clifford's first game back after taking a five-week leave of absence to deal with stress-related headaches. A 77-point first half created a comfortable situation for all Hornets in the win, which was their second in a row against a team currently battling for playoff position in the Eastern Conference.
    20 Jan @ 9AM

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  • Nets rally to top Heat, 101-95

    DeMarre Carroll scored a season-high 26 points as the Brooklyn Nets, who trailed by 16 points in the third quarter, rallied to defeat the Miami Heat 101-95 on Friday night at Barclays Center. The Heat were led by center Hassan Whiteside, who had 22 points, 13 rebounds and four blocks. Point guard Goran Dragic added 17 points.
    20 Jan @ 4AM

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  • Carroll scores 26, leads Nets past Heat, 101-95

    NEW YORK (AP) -- DeMarre Carroll scored 26 points, Spencer Dinwiddie had 15 and the Brooklyn Nets beat the Miami Heat 101-95 on Friday night. Brooklyn snapped a five-game losing skid at Barclays Center and a seven-game home losing streak to the Heat.
    20 Jan @ 4AM

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  • Whiteside leads Heat to 106-101 win over Bucks

    Something got into Hassan Whiteside on Wednesday night, and there wasn't much the Milwaukee Bucks could do about it. Whiteside had a season-high 27 points along with 13 rebounds and six blocks to lead the Miami Heat over the Bucks 106-101. Whiteside, averaging 13.8 points coming in, shot 10 for 12 and got his 600th career block in the third quarter.
    18 Jan @ 12PM

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  • Trent's 30 helps No. 5 Duke rally past Miami 83-75

    CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) -- Duke's comeback began with a 3-pointer from the corner by Gary Trent Jr. On the next possession, Trent scored from the same spot. He was just getting going, and so were the Blue Devils. The freshman guard scored a season-high
    16 Jan @ 2PM

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  • LaVine gets 18, Bulls end Miami's 7-game win streak, 119-111

    Zach LaVine is making the most of his limited minutes. The guard scored 18 points in his second game with Chicago as the Bulls ended the Miami Heat's seven-game winning streak with a 119-111 victory Monday. 'I'm still a little tired, a little winded, but I feel good,' LaVine said.
    16 Jan @ 1AM

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  • Wizards end homestand with rematch vs. Bucks

    The Washington Wizards won back-to-back home games in unconvincing fashion, but at least they were victorious, unlike the Milwaukee Bucks, who opened a two-game road swing with a second-half debacle. The Bucks (22-20) were outscored 56-36 after halftime in a 97-79 loss at the Miami Heat on Sunday afternoon. Milwaukee plays a rare second consecutive day game when it faces Washington on Monday on the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
    15 Jan @ 10AM

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  • Heat beat Bucks 97-79, push winning streak to 7

    Goran Dragic and Erik Spoelstra were asked separately Sunday what a seven-game winning streak means to them, and both immediately provided the same answer. Dragic scored 11 of his 25 points in the fourth quarter, and the Heat held Milwaukee to its worst shooting game in nearly five years on the way to topping the Bucks 97-79. Josh Richardson scored 16 and Hassan Whiteside finished with 15 points and 10 rebounds for Miami.
    14 Jan @ 10PM

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  • Heat guard Dion Waiters decides to have ankle surgery

    Dion Waiters of the Miami Heat thought surgery could wait. The Heat announced Friday night that Waiters has decided to have surgery on his long-problematic left ankle. No timetable for his return was announced, though Waiters has previously said he was told it might take eight to 10 months to recover from such a procedure.
    13 Jan @ 4AM

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